Thermo partners with NextDocs

Thermo Fisher Scientific has signed a deal with NextDocs Corporation to bundle and sell the NextDocs enterprise document, quality and compliance management solution suite.

The NextDocs Document and Compliance Suite will be sold by Thermo Fisher Scientific under the NextDocs brand name and offers users an intuitive ‘plug and play’ solution for managing data that addresses the growing need for an easy to use, web-based solution that is designed to enable organisations to comply with FDA 21 CFR Part 11, GMP, GLP, GCP and other regulations and industry standards.

NextDocs product suite is designed to be used in both regulated and unregulated environments to provide organisations with a complete content management and collaboration system for managing documents, records (e.g. training records), SOPs (standard operating procedures), activities and other information critical to the enterprise.

Built on the Microsoft Office SharePoint 2007 platform, NextDocs Document and Compliance Suite delivers content management tools for regulatory compliance and operational excellence without sacrificing usability and affordability. The suite provides organisations with the ability to track, approve, and manage data in a secure and centralised repository. NextDocs products require zero desktop installation, allowing for rapid deployment and ROI. A valuable component of the NextDocs Document and Compliance Suite is that it is fully web-based with rich user interfaces that can be securely accessed from any location, and seamlessly integrated with Microsoft Office and other desktop applications to improve productivity.

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